A Night in Grange Grove with Eli Young Band

With Special Guests Brown & Gray

Join us for a great night of country music under the stars in the shadows of historic Memorial Stadium!  Grange Grove is located immediately west of Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of Illinois.  This show is presented and produced by State Farm Center.

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Additional Ticket Information

All tickets are general admission in Grange Grove.

Take advantage of the WIXY EARLY ACCESS PASS for a limited time, while supplies last and get in to Grange Grove 30 minutes early.  BUY NOW to secure yours before they're gone!

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About Eli Young Band

Eli Young Band kicked off summer with brand new music, marking their first single on The Valory music Co. and continuing their evolution with Big Machine Label Group. Their refreshing “Saltwater Gospel” is quickly making waves with airplay at County radio nationwide and across SiriusXM’s The Highway and No Shoes Radio ahead of the June 27 add date. With soul-cleansing lyrics and a catchy melodic flow, “Saltwater Gospel” is destined to follow the impressive trajectory of EYB’s previous PLATINUM and MULTI-PLATINUM chart-toppers: "Drunk Last Night,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Crazy Girl.” Their last album 10,000 TOWNS ranked #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, landed a coveted Top 5 spot on the Billboard 200 and claimed the top spot on the iTunes Country Albums chart. EYB’s hit singles have been awarded Billboard’s #1 Country Song of the Year and ACM Song of the Year, in addition to garnering EYB numerous nominations from GRAMMY, CMA, CMT, ACA and Teen Choice Awards. They have performed on NBC'S TODAY, Conan, Late Show With David Letterman, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and FOX & Friends. The talented foursome has toured with Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker and Dave Matthews Band. They are currently debuting music for fans at festivals across the country and recording a new album with producers Ross Copperman and Jeremy Stover in Nashville. For tour dates and more, visit EliYoungBand.com.

Parking Info

Parking will be available in the Northwest Lot of State Farm Center and Lot E-14 west of State Farm Center.  The cost for parking is $9 CASH ONLY.

Prohibited or Restricted Items

Prohibited or Restricted Items

Alcoholic Beverages are strictly prohibited from being carried in to Grange Grove.

Backpacks, Bags, Banners and Signs may not be brought in to this event. Small purses and fanny packs 8.5" x 11" or smaller are allowed but subject to being searched by University personnel.

Bagged Chairs are allowed but are limited to designated areas around the perimeter of the ticketed area.

Camera Policy:  Video cameras are not permitted. Personal snapshot pocket cameras are allowed, however, in no instance may photography interfere with access ways, seat aisles or other guests' enjoyment of the show.  Professional cameras are not permitted.

Concealed-Carry--With the passage of the Concealed Weapons Law in the state of Illinois, fans are reminded that concealed weapons are not allowed on the U of I campus.

Coolers and Containers are not allowed in Memorial Stadium (This includes cans, glass bottles, thermos bottles, wine skins, bota bags and glass of any kind.)

Diaper Bags are allowed but are subject to be searched by University personnel.

Food and Drink may not be carried in with the exception of 20 oz. or smaller sealed plastic bottles of water.

Other Prohibited Items--fireworks, laser pointers, noisemakers (whistles or horns), strollers, baby carriers, tripods, umbrellas, video cameras and weapons of any kind including pocketknives. Storage facilities are not available for items left at entrances. 

Smoking is prohibited on all campus property at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, both indoors and outdoors, in university-owned vehicles and in privately-owned vehicles parked on campus property. This includes the use of e-cigarettes.